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coming up on channel 3 news today. unrest in charlotte. how the public reacted. good morning, the indians still have a chance to wrap it up this afternoon. what needs to happen to get lot of smiling faces inside and this field. a cool start this morning. we are tracking temperatures in the 40s to get your sunday morning going. and we have even coolerrer air on the way. we will talk about -- even cooler air on the way. we will talk about the numbers for the work week straight ahead. thank you so much for being
september 25th. we are at the end of september. starting to feel a lot more like fall. there's a dark look at downtown sunrise happening fairly soon. michael will keep us updated on the forecast. but i can tell you what was really exciting this morning, i drove over the new bridge of the inner belt. >> oh, that's right. it opened up at 11:00. >> it's been years. yeah, opening today. more on that in a few minutes. >> exciting though. >> i was driving and i was like -- >> >> there's a lot of lanes here. so if you are headed downtown any time soon, you will see the bridge. >> that's so cool. yeah, i'll have to give that a try myself. all i know is when i woke up this morning, i was heading into work, it was noticeably -- it wasn't cold but it was cooler coming in. and just a sign of the seasons, of course, fall officially
this morning. waking up to 46 degrees. 58degrees downtown. and notice that water temperature still in the low to mid-70s. akron, canton, good morning to you at 49 degrees. dry on radar. and i think we stay that way throughout your day today. so if you perhaps have a tee time around the 9:00 to 10:00 hour, the temperatures in the upper 50s, low 60s by this point. and i think we wake up to little bit of drag on the green so plan for that. upper 60s by lunchtime. highs today in the mid-70s. and again, as we said before maureen, cooler air on the way. although we're in the mid-70s for highs today, on friday, we made it to 88 degrees. we are stuck in the 60s for highs this upcoming work week. >> oh, wow. >> those fleeces and fall
thank you so much. we want to get you caught up on breaking news. a 20-year-old man pictured here has been arrested in the shooting at a washington state mall that killed five people. the shooting happened late friday night outside seattle. investigators say at first he walked into the mall without a weapon and then left. but then he came back 10 minutes late we are a rifle and opened fire. sources say it is increasingly likely that it s attack. it was another tense night in charlotte. protesters poured into the core of the city for a fourth straight night following the police-involved shooting death of keith scott. this comes after police released new video and details from the shooting. jay gray has the latest from nbc. >> reporter: hundreds of protesters back in the streets
after police release new images and information. >> in the spirit of transparency, we're going to get everything that we can deliver the. >> reporter: including dash and body cam video of the deadly confrontation between charlotte police and keith scott. the police chief says it's not the entire video but does contain all of the images relevant to the shooting and adds the new footage will not answer all of the questions in the case. >> there is no definitive visual evidence th gun in his hand. you can see something in the hand. and that he pointed it at an officer. >> reporter: and police are sharing details from their investigation, pictures of marijuana, an ankle holster and loaded gun recovered at the scene and say lab results indicate scott's fingerprints and dna were on the weapon. the chief says one officer fired the fatal shots and all
>> if the law was violated i would be taking different actions. >> we are left with far more questions than we have answers. >> reporter: they say they're thankful authorities released the new information but still wonder why police used deadly force. >> how does the combination of marijuana and a gun constitute aggression that put the lives of the officers in danger? re questions that continue to fuel the ongoing unrest here. jay gray, nbc news, charlotte. >> jay, thank you. a somber day in columbus yesterday. a 13-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a columbus police officer was laid to rest. police say he shot him 10 days ago when the boy ran from police and pulled out a bg gun that looked like -- a bb gun that looked like a real gun.
the grand jury. and the grand jury will decide if the officers will be charged. donald trump is maintaining his lead in ohio polls so the clinton campaign is stepping up its celebrity offensive to get its lackluster base more excited. this week, real clear politics average puts trump up by almost two point. the cast of the former nbc show the west wing turned out for events yesterday motivating volunteers and registering voters ahead 11th deadline. >> thank you for your energy and your incredible passion. keep doing what you're doing and do it more. more, more, more. the west wing gave us all a chance to play people who were changing the world, but you guys are really changing the world. just a complete honor to be the here. and thank you. >> republicans continue to stay engaged here in ohio. vice presidential nominee mike pence will return to ohio on wednesday for a rally. if you planned to vote
one in seven registered ohio voters will not get a ballot request form in the mail for the november election. if ohio secretary of state made the decision which will affect more than a million registered voters. he says the voter did say not vote in 2012 or 2014. or may have moved and didn't update addresses. the akron journal found some of the voters voted as recently as march and have not moved. like i completed eastbound inner belt bridge was the site of a party yesterday. that's because it's the second of two bridges completed the biggest odot project in history. traffic will begin at 11:00 a.m. both bridges are expected to be fully open by the end of october. after a loss last night, the indians can still clinch the al central today in the last regular home game of the season. and a few things need to happen
it will line up. those stars will align. channel 3 news' alyssa raymond joins us live from progressive field this morning. and we are crossing our fingers. we've had a really lucky year. >> reporter: yeah, it's been amazing to watch. i have never watched this much baseball in my entire life. but to get it done today, the indians need to win and detroit needs to lose. the tribe heads to detroit an city. last night, the indians lost to the white sox 8-1. a lot of people weren't too thrilled. remember after today though, we still have seven games so the tribe needs to show up today. and then 32,000 people at last night's game and some fans who spent their saturday night at progressive field remain hopeful and optimistic. >> it hurt but the hope is still alive.
one set back doesn't mean anything for us. >> we're very hopeful. we're from cleveland, all we have is hope. >> we will be fine. we will make to it the play- offs. >> reporter: just looking at the indians' website real quick this morning, it looks like they still have upper deck tickets for $19 available but the very popular district seat, they're all snatched up. so that won't be an option today. reporting live from outside of progressive field, alyssa raymond, channel let's get a win, indians. >> i have a feeling we will be celebrating tomorrow. just a hunch. thank you. >> reporter: i think we're going to be celebrating tonight. >> yeah, for those who stay up past 10:00. thank you. still ahead this morning, former president bill clinton is coming to northeast ohio. find out where and when he will be stopping this week. and cultural history. how leaders hope visitors will use the new smithsonian museum.
welcome back. republican presidential candidate donald trump spoke to a crowd of supporters in monday's first presidential debate. trump held a rally at the coliseum. he called himself the candidate for the forgotten voices in this country. and he took a jab at clinton's running mate calling him unpopular and the wrong pick. >> when i heard she picked, i said maybe that's bad for me, we're just about tied in virginia. and we haven't started advertising. and they're spending a fortune.
>> she made the wrong pick. >> trump criticized his opponent hillary rodham clinton for doing nothing to help women and children despite her platforms for change. and the race in the for white house, bill clinton is stopping in northeast ohio this week. he will campaign for his wife in cleveland on tuesday and which also corresponds with the national voter registration day. no word yet on where he will stop or what time. a rally held yesterday in new york ahead of presidential debate. hundreds of concerned long islanders were speaking out just before the first presidential debate. attendees encouraged each other to vote their conscious and promote ideals of tolerance and freedom. the first national museum devoted to the history of african-americans is now open on the national mall in washington, d.c. president barack obama and first lady
national museum of african- american history and culture. president barack obama says the museum will help americans better understand each other. >> and yes, a clear-eyed view of history can make us uncomfortable. it will shake us out of familiar narratives. but it is precisely because of that discomfort that we learn. and grow. and harness our collective power to make this nation more perfect. >> former presidents george w. bush and bill clinton were also in attendance. just ahead, a happy meal for breakfast? find out when the new don's feature could be coming to ohio. and a -- when the new mcdonald's feature could be
organizing your travel information in one place. the new google conquer that feat. >> reporter: good morning everyone. a special geek fix for you this morning. we are talking about apps and brand new apps for those planning to do a lot of traveling. it's called google trips. now it only works with one set- up, if you get your travel information sent to gmail, the flight confirmation, hotel confirmations, any kind of planning, carals.
rentals. when you open the app, your trips are automatically pulled from your gmail. and once there, you can access all kinds of information and even plan day trips. for instance, i have a trip coming up to las vegas. i can pull up individual reservations to restaurant, hotels and the airline information. and look where the hotel is, the confirmation code and then recommends things to do around the area. whether it's things things to do. comedy and shopping, it's all there. it also plans day trips for you outside of the area, giving you stopping points, travel distances and directions. and the best thing also is it gives you emergency information for health emergency, hospitals and how to get help if you need it. all of this information can be saved for each individual trip to your phone so you don't need
international travel. it's called google trips and it's available free in the app store. >> google trips. we needed that this week. >> a trip down to florida, it's getting so cold here in northeast ohio. >> and you took a trip north. >> i did. i had an opportunity to go to niagara falls. and it is so close by for us, it was just incredible to see and go to. i mean, if you take the family or a friend's trip that way, it's probably three hours or so. >> right. and i'm sure like during the fall, it's going to be gorgeous. >> gorgeous. and speaking of gorgeous too, driving along like through lake county, for the fall color, it was amazing too. and if you have a boat, it's probably even better to see it from the shoreline. if you're going to be headed out on the boat today. looking for winds generally
feet and waters temperatures in the 70s. rain not an issue this afternoon. which is good news if you're going to be heading out on the water. current temperatures outed zoo side, kind of chilly. 47 in wayne county. akron, canton at 49. the chilly spot on the map at 45 degrees. and in downtown, almost 60. winds out there not feeling too bad. certainly not as strong as yesterday. dry right now news but by tomorrow, you can see this little slug of moisture off towards our west. it's a thin line of showers and thunderstorms that we're tracking. so what we're anticipating is for this to move its way into northeast ohio by tomorrow on monday. but again, we will see the rain. we will see the showers. and we will see the thunderstorms. and then i think it will quickly dissipate after. so let's time everything out for you. through this morning, a great
funday. into the afternoon, a gorgeous day to take advantage of of. watch overnight and tomorrow. we will start to increase the clouds and by the 8:00 to 9:00 hour, we start getting wet from west to east. so sandusky, eventually by lunchtime into cleveland and then points east of cleveland after lunchtime, but as we were say, it's a thin batch of showers and thunderstorms. so about the 5:00 to hour, all of that begins to clear the area and i think we see just a few isolated showers and thunderstorms after that point. temperatures today, nice and mild, low to mid-70-degree reading. overnight low, mid- to upper 50s, lower 60s. but because of the fact that the air temperatures are going to be a little cooler than the actual water temperatures, we will finally see some lake-
tuesday. so it will be one thing we track on tuesday. and on your wednesday. possibly into thursday. but as of this point, maureen, never is it too soon to start planning for the weekend. next weekend looks pet 9ty good as of -- looks pet thety good as of this -- pretty good as of this point. >> it looks refreshing. >> yeah, nice and cool. and obviously the grass and gardens need some rain and i think we will get a dose tomorrow. >> sounds good, michael. thank you so much. happy meals are coming to breakfast at some mcdonald's locationsment satellite and radarring monday, the fast food chain will begin testing -- locations. starting on monday, the fast food chain will begin testing at certain locations. if the tests proves to be successful, the all-daybreak
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thank you so much for being up with us. this is the inner belt bridge. more on that coming up. but something else we're watching, michael, those indians. my goodness. >> oh, yeah. >> important game this morning. >> yeah. >> we want to know what the weather is going to be like for them. >> here's the deal. so of course, we have first pitch at 1:10 this afternoon. taking on the white sox. and i think they're going to be
yesterday, a smidge on the rough side but we will recover, right? here's what it looks like this morning. grab a jacket in akron, can toes, temperatures in the 40s. the mid-40s in youngstown. let me show you the bigger picture. boston, massachusetts, 49 degrees. and you can see that pool of cool is what we will call it. those blue shades that you see, not only in boston but toward the mile high city of denver of fall. we're nice and dry right now. and we stay that way through your sunday. so today, looking absolutely wonderful. you will certainly feel that light breeze outside. temperatures topping out in the mid-70s later on today. but as we have been mentioning, we have a big cool down on the way. we're talking about highs only in the mid- and upper 60s into this upcoming work week. we will talk about when and
showers and thunderstorms. all i can say is, my fingertips, cold. >> this morning? >> yeah, i'm cold. >> we have taken the turn. yeah, the weather has taken the turn. >> good-bye summer 2016. >> yeah, it was a good one. all right. thank you so much. summer is not quite over for the tribe. the indians' magic number sits at two. this afternoon is the final home game of the season and the clinch the al central. alyssa raymond joins us live. and alyssa, can you already feel the excitement even though the crowd isn't there yet? >> reporter: i can absolutely feel the excitement. i really believe they're going to do it tonight. the indians obviously need to win tonight. and detroit needs to lose. today is the final home game of the regular season. and then they head to detroit and then to kansas city to wrap
completely. last night, in case you missed it, the indians lost to the white sox 8-1. a lot of people weren't too thrilled. but remember, after today, they still have seven games. they're not in trouble yet. so the tribe needs to you show up. they had more than 32,000 people at last night's game. some fans who spent their saturday night at progressive field really do remain optimistic. >> i still have hope. definitely i have they're my number one team with the browns jumping between second and like fourth or whatever. but i have hope and hopefully that, you know, everything is going to work out. and you know, we will bring home a championship just like the cavaliers did. >> reporter: i have been looking at the indians' website this morning and it looks like they still have tickets available, especially the upper deck seats for $19. the district seats though, those are all snatched up. but if you want to attend
up out of progressive field and smiling faces. and it's just going to be electric down here for yet another sports team, i truly believe it. back to you maureen. >> all right, alyssa, the city will be watching. thank you so much. savannah james will christen the newest blimp next month. it will take place on october 21st at the lake hanger. james is a business woman and was born and ra she has volunteered ifer the family foundation since it was founded in 2004. kyrie irving giving back with the first-ever kyrie irving basketball challenge at the q. it supporters the group. we got play on irving's team at the benefit. still ahead this morning, another new face for the browns. find out why the browns had to
hi everyone. good morning. we start with the indians this morning. it could be a special day at progressive field as they finish up their three-game series with the white sox. the final home game of the season for the indians. and now that magic number moved on last night and they can clinch the central today but their four-game winning streak ca home against the white sox. and it really was an ugly loss in front after a big crowd at progressive field. cody anderson got the start, two runs in the 1st inning. pitched two innings. wasn't the plan to go more than that. but the indians were in a 2-0 hole early. and the game was lost in the first two innings. based loaded in the 1st and then again in the 2nd here with no outs and they only got one run.
crisp thrown at 2nd. all sox from there. last saturday the bullpen was unreal and the win over detroit last night, it was not. just crushes that ball. his 93rd homer of the year. 4-1 sox. they win 8-1. and the tribe now 90-64. what a game in detroit today. yesterday, hopefully a great game again today. it was amazing. almost two four hours. the tigers lead the royals orlando over the head there. two-run double to tie the game at 4-4. two the batters later, clubs this one to right. a three-run homer to give kansas city a 7-4 lead. it's a five-run 9th inning as the royals win by that score and the tigers remain i-75 back of the indians. so to the magic number machine and we move from three down to two. thanks to tiger's loss.
win today. at two, the number moves to one. if both teams lose. if the indians win and the tigers win, it stays at two. got all that? you got room for the browns? it is sunday and that means they are back on the field today in miami to take on the dolphins and the browns have a new kicker after placing murray on the ir yesterday with a knee injury. they signed cody yester in 2014 with the eagles, he was a pro bowl selection. and last year he struggled, playing in just three games. and to the ir with a groin injury. the eagles waived him during final roster cuts this season. the browns have been making changes at many positions including the important ones. he makes his first start in the nfl today at quarterback. the browns won't say it
you wonder if it is an advantage that he could be a mystery to the dolphins. >> everyone has a book and when you're a rookie, you don't have a book yet. i don't necessarily how they'll look at it but it's my first chance to perform and get my first opportunity to play a game. college football yesterday, kent state loses at alabama. and akron loses. today could be a big day at progressive field and we will see miami. i will see you at 6:00 and then after football tonight. don't forget sports tonight will wrap it all up. i'm dave chudowsky, have a great day. >> thank you. just ahead, social media addiction. why it's becoming such an issue and how experts believe it can be resolved. and going places? find out why they decided to move up to cleveland from akron. and what are the new destinations that they're going to offer. if you want to get out of town, michael, i don't think anybody
>> not at all. and especially out at progress i field. this is the place to be -- progressive field. this is the place to be. first pitch at 1:10 against the white sox, 72 degrees. by the 9th inning, mid-70s. it will be a beautiful day at the ball park. don't forget the sunscreen. we will talk about a big cool down by next week coming up in
just in time for vacation planning, they announced their move from the akron canton airport to cleveland hopkins. starting mid-february, you can fly from cleveland to tampa bay, orlando, fort lauderdale, and myrtle beach. all those warm place. >> yes. >> and they are bringing in some new flight coast nations at low fares. and that includes places like jacksonville, austin, new orleans and phoenix. >> phoenix, arizona. >> yes.
a friend that lives in the tampa bay area and he immediately sent me a text message the moment that rolled out and he was like, i need to you the start planning your vacations in the winter months in cleveland down the to my place. and the thing is that, you know, i hate for this to sound like a commercial, but the flights are so dirt cheap. >> really? >> yeah. >> i have to look into that. >> if both of us are like missing one weeken >> you see empty chairs here nobody here. >> there could be a chance we're on the flight. >> running late from our flight. >> exactly. let's get you out the coor. of course, the changing -- out the door. of course, the changing of the seasons. you are looking live at the q this morning. and so much going on downtown as we were saying beforehand. if you have been sniffling and sneezing though, this might be the reason because our mold spores out there are up there a little bit as are our weed
temperatures outside in the 40s down towards wayne county, akron, canton. good morning to you at 45 degrees. a little warmer closer towards the lake at 58 degrees in downtown. lake temperatures in the 70s. winds not as strong as they were yesterday which is the good news and i think that we stay nice and dry throughout your sunday. but things change tomorrow. and we were talking about this yesterday. it's an area of low pressure. we have that triple point right there. that's a rm front where they all come together. and notice that all of that is generally moving towards the east. i think that it gets here first thing tomorrow morning. so rain, and yes, even a few thunderstorms on the way for your monday. so let's time that out for you. i think that now through lunchtime, we stay nice and dry. so brunch plans today looking great. heading downtown to progressive field looks amazing. again, the sunscreen certainly going to be needed if you're headed to the game.
and family and looks equally as nice. first thing tomorrow morning, you will notice the up tick in the cloud cover and eventually you will notice some of the scattered showers and perhaps even a few thunderstorms rolling in to cleveland around noon. and after noon, pushing further towards the east like lake county after that point. so quick moving systems. so i think by the evening hours tomorrow, most of the rain begins to fizzle and fade. but we may see a few wrap- around showers by tuesday wednesday that may keep clouds in the sky and of course, moisture in the air. temperatures today, low to mid- 70s. we're mostly sunny and mild. overnight lows tonight, mid- to upper 50s, low 60s. it will be a breezy evening ahead of us. but window nation seven day showing although we're in the 70s sunday and monday, by tuesday, wednesday, thursday, temperatures tumble into the 60s. but looking at the forecast, you know, it's a manageable
tuesday. mid-70s on wednesday. if you're one of those folks that like to wear your fall fleeces, you know, for those who enjoy fashion, i know that fall is like a really popular time for it. me, i'm more of like a shirt and shorts and flip flops kind of guy but you know -- >> we will be back there some day. when we take many flights to tampa bay. and where ever else. >> wait another nine to 10 months here. >> we will get you can't go far without seeing someone on electronics these days and some might say they're addict tiff. but is social media addiction a real thing? experts say yes and they're seeing more and more people suffering from it. >> reporter: the comments you get on your facebook post, if you can't get away if social media, you could have a problem. >> it tends to activate the
the way that cocaine use or alcohol use activates that reward center of the brain. so it works on the same level. >> reporter: the doctor, an addiction psychiatrist says the number of people looking for help is on the rise. social media addiction is so new not much research has been done on the topic. it's a subset of internet addiction which according to the american sigh yacht rick association is characterized by someone's lack of control over it leads to distress, mood changes and social problems. >> people that don't connect with family members or people around them, they feel isolated and starting to feel depressed if they're not using some sort of social media outlet. so it starts to become more pathological when we see people that have these consequences that are adding up and continue to use despite the consequences. >> reporter: the consequences
feelings of withdrawl when not checking social media. so who is most at risk? >> patients that have other addictions are more likely to have internet addictions or facebook addictions. >> all right. after the break, a helpful tool for parents to make a healthy lunch for kids. we will show you the box.
welcome back. in your health news, and teens may have different germs in their digestive track than their normal weight peers. a study found eight groups of bacteria linked to body fat and four types which thrived in those who were obese. experts say targeting the bacteria could one day help prevent or treat early onset obesity. being back in the school routine means back-to-school
dr.mcgeorge shows us something that can make it easier to pack a healthy lunch that your kids will actually eat. >> reporter: a registered dietitian is a mom to two teenaged boys and she has some experience packing lunches. >> many, many years. >> reporter: she says to start packing better lunch, think inside and the box. the bento box that is. >> it's something we get from japanese culture. >> reporter: they have been around for centuries but these colorful versions are sh warker safe and perfect for kids -- and dishwasher safe and perfect for kids. >> the portion sizes work out really well. >> reporter: to create more compartment, she likes muffin cups. the formula is simple, include one fruit, one vegetable, one whole grain, one protein and one dairy. and for desert -- >> it doesn't have to be every day. make it a treat. >> reporter: we asked her to create four sample lunches
like. first, the mexican theme. it's the only one that requires cooking, just some ground chicken or turkey. >> whole grain chip, ground turkey and cheese. and they can make their own nachos. >> reporter: and tomatoes, berries add the color. and number two features whole grain pita chips. >> use the cup, put some hu for dipping. >> reporter: fresh vegetables and yogurt fill the rest of the squares. and number three is turkey and cheese roll up. and finally, a hard boiled egg, chips and a mix of fruits and vegetables. the most important advice, involve your kids in the process. >> because if they're actually putting the foods in, they are more likely to eat those. after the break, the opening of the inner belt bridge. find out which lanes will be opening up this morning to
there is a look from terminal tower. if you are just waking up with us, thank you so much for tuning in. we're going to get you prepared for your day. it's feeling so much cooler. definitely feeling like fall. in case you haven't noticed and in case you have been craving everything and pumpkin everything, michael has been keeping an eye on it for us. what do you think, coats this morning? >> i would grab a light jacket, maybe make some coffee. and i love a good big cup of hot cocoa and chocolate before running out the door. and this morning, definitely one of those mornings to do so. temperatures upper 40s and low to mid-50s outside. only 43 degrees.
for you. so at least we are nice and dry. there's lots of sunshine out there as well. official sunrise time by the way is 7:18. so we still have a good day 17 minutes before that happens. cool and crisp this morning. temperatures at 62 by 10:00. by lunchtime, temperatures upper 60s, low 70s. again, we will call it mostly sunny, nice and mild with highs in the mid-70s today. and enjoy ev sunshine here on your sunday because we have changes in store by tomorrow. i think that on your monday, we see scattered showers and we also see additional thunderstorm chances. that's going to lead to cooler weather into the upper coming work week. we will talk about highs in the mid- to upper 60s. >> wow. >> in just a little bit. i mean, we went from summer 88 degrees on friday to, you know, highs only in the mid-60s. so a 20-degree temperature
couple days. >> that's northeast ohio for you. >> welcome to fall. >> exactly. thank you so much. we want to get you caught up on developing news we have been following. > we want to get you caught up on breaking news. a 20-year-old man pictured here has been arrested in the shooting at a washington state mall that killed five people. the shooting happened late friday night outside seattle. investigators say at first he walked into the mall without a but then he came back 10 minutes late we are a rifle and opened fire. sources say it is increasingly likely that it was a random attack. it was another tense night in charlotte. protesters poured into the core of the city for a fourth straight night following the police-involved shooting death of keith scott. f0 it's what protesters demanded for for days but police released only portions
here's the latest. [ chanting ] >> reporter: chanting in unison, hundreds unite again on the streets of charlotte, protesting the shooting death of keith scott. and now different videos, one from keith scott's wife -- >> don't shoot him. >> reporter: er and the latest from charlotte police are fueling their fight and raising questions, what was the shooting justified? >> that is the most important question that has answered. >> you will get everything we can deliver. >> reporter: the police chief admits it's not the entire video but instead portions relevant to the case including pictures of marijuana, a holster and gun that investigators say was loaded despite scott's family saying he didn't have a weapon. >> drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. >> we are left with far more questions than we have answers. >> reporter: and both parties
either video even though police say lab tests show scott's dna and fingerprints on the gun at the crime scene. and you can see officers yelling drop the gun as scott is seen backing away. soon after, shots are fired. >> if laws were violated, i would be taking different action. >> reporter: the chief says the fatal fire came from only one officer and says no one will face charges. he says all involved approximately. this . this as the state conducts its own investigation. >> he was an american citizen who deserved better. want want >> reporter: and for protesters, something worth fighting for. >> nbc news, charlotte. two people have been arrested after assaulting a
evening. a 22-year-old and 20-year-old were arrested after scuffling with an off-due thety police officer on east 9th . -- off- duty police officer on east 9th. the officer was taken to the hospital where he has since been released. donald trump is maintaining his lead in ohio polls so the clinton campaign is stepping up its celebrity offensive to get its lackluster is week, real clear politics average puts trump up by almost two point. the cast of the former nbc show the west wing turned out for events yesterday motivating volunteers and registering voters ahead of the october 11th deadline. >> thank you for your energy and your incredible passion. keep doing what you're doing and do it more. more, more, more. the west wing gave us all a chance to play people who were changing the world, but you guys are really changing the world. just a complete honor to be the
>> republicans continue to stay engaged here in ohio. vice presidential nominee mike pence will return to ohio on wednesday for a rally. the newly completed eastbound inner belt bridge was the site of a party yesterday. traffic will start flowing again with some lane restrictions starting at 11:00 this morning. both bridges are expected to be fully open by the end of oc > after a loss last night, the indians can still clinch the al central today in the last regular home game of the season. and a few things need to happen here and fans obviously believe it will line up. those stars will align. channel 3 news' alyssa raymond joins us live from progressive field this morning. and we are crossing our fingers. we've had a really lucky year. >> reporter: this wind needs to
we need two things to the happen again. the indians need to win and detroit needs to lose but celebrations can begin as early as this afternoon. the final game of the home -- the final home game of the regular season starts at 1:10. and they're expecting quite a crowd. not sure yet if it's sold out but it's close. and then it's on to detroit and kansas city. last night, more than 32,000 people attended last night's game. the indians this, 23-10 playing in front of crowds of more than 20,000 people. so they want to you show up, be loud, stay positive like these fans. >> it hurt but the hope is still alive. cleveland can still do it. we are right there. we are right there. one set back doesn't mean anything for us. >> very hopeful. we are from cleveland, all we have is hope. >> we'll be fine. we will make to it the play- offs. if we don't choke, we'll be good.
find out about the tickets. i think there are a couple left. because you could still get the upper deck tickets for $19. the district tickets though, i couldn't find those on the indians' website. so i think it's safe to say those are gone. and look at this, this wind out here is really messing with me this thunder sleet morning. like i said, michael, tone down the wind, i want to get rid of the jacket so we can have a gorgeous afternoon of watching ball there, they'll need to wear their hair in a ponytail. >> yeah, exactly. >> all right. alyssa raymond, thank you so much. our first look at a brand new addition to the shops. it opened to the public on thursday. it already has locations. the store joins jcpenney, walmart and marks at the shops. guests who visit the store today will enjoy drawings for
and we haven't started advertising. [ applause ] and they're spending a fortune. she made the wrong pick. >> trump also criticized his opponent hillary rodham clinton for doing nothing to help women and children despite her platforms for change. > and the race in the for white house, bill clinton is stopping in northeast ohio this week. he will campaign for his wife in cleveland on tuesday and which also corresponds with the national voter registration y. stop or what time. the first national museum devoted to the history of african-americans is now open on the national mall in washington, d.c. tracie potts reports on a historic day in washington, d.c. [bell tolling ] >> reporter: with the ringing of a historic church bell echos
and the 99-year-old daughter of a slave officially opened the national museum of african- american history and culture. >> today a dream too long deferred is a dream no longer. [ applause ] >> reporter: millions of americans of all races but especially for african-americans, those who struggled, those who died, heroes who lived to tell the story, today is the end of a difficult but triumphant journey. >> there were couldn't happen, who said you can't do it, but we did it. we did it. >> reporter: the common message here, american history and the story of african-americans are indy visible. >> -- areundivided.
? it's been a longtime ?? ? longtime coming ?? >> reporter: inside and, nearly 4,000 artifacts from sports legends to slave chains. >> great nation does not hide its history. it faces its flaws and corrects them. [ applause ] >> reporter: all of it brought to the life, all essential to america's story. tracie pott, nbc news, washington, d.c. >> thank you. just ahead, putting fitness find out which models came out to be the most accurate and which to steer clear from. and uber eats in cleveland. find out which of your favorite rests can now be delivered to your front doorstep. michael, that could be dangerous. >> yes, it include. especially if it includes cake. here's what it looks like right now. temperatures in the 40s. towards dover. when we see a warm-up?
welcome back. the popular ride sharing company is branching out and started delivering food this weekend in cleveland. it's called uber eats. you can order off dozens of restaurants and delivered by an uber driver. it's an expansion of a lunch- only service that was tested last year. and it's separate from the regular app. so you have to download it from the app store. but that's one way to get a fantastic meal delivered to your door. >> can they deliver like pizza this morning? >> pizza, i want like chicken parm. you can always order pizza and get it delivered.
meals where you get like this much with you it's really good. >> right, right. how about cupcake and all many you know me when it comes to desert, any time, anywhere, i'm down for it. >> i know. >> that could be kind of dangerous. >> i know. >> here we go. >> i was going to say -- you do that -- >> i'll order us a meal and you do the weather. >> i love it. there's so much going on in downtown cleveland today. of course we have our tribe taki this afternoon. it's going to be just a fantastic day. and now if you'ring to yourself, i want to get outside and do some golfing and sit back and relax, here's what the forecast looks like. so this morning, you will notice perhaps a little bit of moisture. and i played a couple rounds of golf in my day and with the moisture on the grass, that sometimes slows down the ball. so if you're at the putting green, make sure you get i give
otherwise, 10:00 a.m., temperatures in the low 60s. upper 60s near 70 by lunchtime. and 5:00 p.m. temperatures, near the mid-70s. the water, for the most part, a bit windy but the waves less than two feet so i think that at least there won't be too much of a stir on the water. temperatures in the 40s down towards dover and new philadelphia. and waking up this morning at a water temperatures outside in the 70s. and notice the winds between 5 to 10 miles per hour generally from the east. and i think that's where they stay. right now, we are nice and dry. and that we stay that way throughout your sunday. however, into tomorrow, we are tracking a cold front, another weather maker. and i think it rolls into northeast ohio through the day tomorrow on monday. so scattered showers and thunderstorms in the mix. you will want to grab those
morning. this morning through lunchtime, looking great. through the afternoon, looks equally as nice. if you are headed to progressive field, the sunscreen is going to be in high demand. you will certainly want that. and as we mentioned, first thing tomorrow morning, notice back towards sandusky, back towards places like mansfield, i think we start to see the showers creep in. lunchtime, we get wet here in cleveland. and before pushing off towards the east through the early of the afternoon. won't be until the late afternoon and into the evening that we will begin to see things clear out tomorrow. but umbrellas going to be needed tomorrow. and today, if you have an umbrella, the it will be to block out the sunshine. temperatures low to mid-70s for highs in the 50s. window nation seven-day, showing 70s today and tomorrow. and towards the start of the upcoming work week, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, temperatures into the mid- to
friday, saturday of the next weekend, looking good as of this morning. >> okay. >> so if we can get the rainfall during the week, i'm good with. >> this right. >> as long as we preserve the weekend -- >> right. >> as long as we preserve the weekend. you know, barbecues going, today a great day. >> thank you. for anyone who is trying to stay fit, your fitness trackers. how accurate are they? whether it's your smart phone, counting your steps or a tracker on the wrist, we expect them to get it right. down to the step, down to the calorie but are they really? we are putting the most popular trackers to the test and wait until you see the results. >> reporter: going to get my steps in today. who says you can't exercise at work? working up a sweat here. i'm hitting the streets
fitness trackers on my phone and wrist counting every step. but are they really accurate? first, we're going to test out the free apps if your phone. apple health for iphones and google fit for android device. i'm going to put both in the same hand, walk out and go about my day. neat let include, both devices should -- theoretically, both devices should count the same s. 30 rock. >> strolling to different floors. >> taking the apps everywhere. >> the camera man is running. let's walk. we are working here. >> reporter: and the results are in. >> okay, here we go. the iphone says i walked 3,140 steps. google fit says i walked 3,036 steps. that's more than a hundred steps off. >> reporter: both apple and google telling nbc news they have no comment.
what if you're actually spending money on the special fitness trackers. are those accurate? to find out, i'm wearing three fitness trackers on the same wrist. i have the jawbone 3, i have the smart hr and this is the fitbit charge hr. let's see what happens. >> reporter: now i'm walking around new york city. for more than an hour. >> oh, baby. >> reporter: and ending up in central park. >> everybody is talking about them and >> we're going to see which one is the most accurate. >> fabulous. >> reporter: time for the numbers. the fitbit says i walked 5,188 steps. check the garmin, 5,984. so more. but the jawbone says i walked 6,271 steps. >> reporter: what what are you supposed to believe? >> hop up on the treadmill. >> okay. >> reporter: to find out, i came here to the performance
special surgery. that mask measured my calorie burn. >> 76 -- >> reporter: by producer count 500 steps. >> 498, 500. jump off. >> well, that's comfortable. >> reporter: i hop off to crunch the numbers on steps. the fitbit was the closest with 502. garmin 520. and jawbone, 559. but the real headline is the calories. how many did we burn? what is the >> about 19.9 calories, about 20 in those few minutes of walking. >> reporter: this is amazing. none of them were even close. the jawbone was the closest saying i burned 43. that's more than double your number. >> yes. >> reporter: the next one, fitbit, 67. more than triple your number. the garmin the highest, 78, nearly quadruple. >> not even close. >> reporter: the companies telling nbc news the trackers are designed to motivate and
wrist matters. if multiple devices were worn at the same time and whether it's on your dominant hand. >> experts say don't expect absolute precision from the tracker. but you should still get out there and exercise. after the break, previewing the first presidential debate. meet the press moderator chuck todd will look ahead to
welcome back. we are just one day away from the first presidential debate and both candidates are preparing for a battle. chuck todd joins us now to preview the event. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, maureen. >> going to be a big day tomorrow. what do you think both candidates need to accomplish tomorrow night? what are we watching for? >> look, you can simplify it to one letter, they both have t words that they have to deal with. for donald trump, it's temperament, the hillary rodham clinton campaign has portraying
advertisements as unfit for the job because he will go off the reservation and attack anybody, anywhere at any time. so if that person, you know, that's the person that she's hoping shows up and that's the person that donald trump has to prevent from showing up. and only he can prevent that part of his personalty from popping up on stage. we will see. and i think we have some questions about can he go toe to toe with her on policy. hillary rodham clinton her issues with the public have do with trustworthiness. the other t word here. and it's a different threshold she has to meet. there are voters that believe she's more prepared for the job, more competent for the job but can they trust her? what can she do to reassure or re-establish the opportunity to rebuild trust with voter? so those are the two challenges they have in front of them. and i think it's difficult for both of them. >> and what about the tough
kind of questions will be thrown their way. do you see any coming? >> oh, i think there's going to be a lot and particularly between the candidates themselves. not just from the moderator. and remember, what makes this debate different and i think more of a challenge for trump is the fact that there aren't time limits on answers. during the primary debates, there was 60 seconds or 90 seconds, six, seven, sometimes 10 other candidates on stage. and he would only have to speak for four or five mis, two-hour debate, he spoke for 24 minutes. that's not the case. there's no bells. no time limits that prevent him from talking. and that i think is something he's never experienced before and how he handles that is going to be interesting. >> all right, who do you have on the show this morning? >> well, talking to people in the debate prep sessions with both of them. doing the national security prepping.
as well as of course focused on what's been happening this week in both charlotte and tulsa and how that is going to have an impact on some of the topics at the debate as well. >> all right. looking forward to it. thank you so much. >> thank you, maureen. >> chuck will be back starting at 10:00 a.m. right after channel 3 news at 9:00. and of course, we want to get to your sunday forecast because if you're headed out any time soon, the big debate, coat or no coat? douse in terms of -- is tremendous in terms of the weather. for the coat, the answer is yes, especially if you are susceptible to chilly temperatures. only in the 40s in many spots including down towards dover. youngstown, 47. downtown though, compliments of the proximity to the lake, temperatures in the upper 50s near 60. dry right now but look what is
line of scattered shough showers and thunderstorms. and-- scattered thunderstorm. that doesn't get here today. so we're dry on sunday. it does get here tomorrow on monday though. through your day today, for the most part, looking absolutely wonderful. we will call for mostly sunny from start to the finish. temperatures topping out in the mid-70s. at the tribe game at progressive field, it will be a great afternoon for it. sunscreen definitely needed. another temperature tumble on the way as upcoming work week. the none, only in the mid- and at times upper 60s for highs. and i wouldn't be too surprised if we saw a few more 40-degree readings this work week. so you know the fleece jackets, get it out of the closet and dust it off. and get ready to use it because it's been quite a few months since we've had to wear that the type of clothing. >> yep. put on the jackets and the boots, we're ready to go.
absolutely. and grab the pumpkin spice everything and you're good. >> get that crock pot ready. we're ready to bring on fall. >> thank you, michael. the indians' magic number sits at two even after a loss last night. this afternoon is the final home game of the regular season. and the tribe still has a chance to clinch the al central. alyssa raymond is live where tribe fans will be flooding in just a matter of hours. good morning, alyssa. >> reporter: good morning, maureen. it is a li so we really need the tribe to heat it up now. so to get this done, the indians obviously need to win. and detroit needs to lose. after this last home game of the regular season, they head to detroit and then kansas city and last night in case -- [breaking audio ] >> reporter: remember after today, they still have seven games. so the tribe needs to you show
they have more than 32,000 people at last night's game. some fans who spent their saturday night at progressive field remain optimistic like this guy. >> >> i still have hope. definitely i have hope. i'm a die hard indians fan. they're my number one team with the browns jumping between second and like fourth or whatever. but i have hope and everything and hopefully everything is going to work out. and you know, we will bring home a championship just like the cavaliers did. >> reporter: just looking at like there are still tickets available like the upper deck seats for $19. the district seats though are all sold out. and i'm still working to get confirmation about if the whole stadium is getting sold out. we will have that for you coming up at 9:00. back to you. >> yeah, i have a feeling if there's tickets left over, people will be gobbling them up. everyone wants to see history here. >> thank you.
hi everyone. good morning. we start with the indians this morning. it could be a special day at progressive field as they finish up their three-game series with the white sox. the final home game of the season for the indians. and now the magic number moved on last night and they can clinch the central today but their four-game winning streak came to an end last night at home against the white sox. and it really was an ugly loss in front of a big crowd at progressive field.
inning. wasn't the plan to go more than two innings but the indians were in a 2-0 holier and the game was lost in the first two innings. based loaded in the 1 ands the 2nd here with no outs. and they only got one run. davis with the rbi single but thrown out at 2nd. and a 2-1 game after two. all sox from there. last saturday the bullpen was unreal and n the win over detroit. last night, it was t. 4-1 sox. they beat the indians 8-1. and the tribe now 90-64. what a game in detroit today. yesterday, hopefully a great game again today. it was amazing. almost two four hours, the tigers lead the royals 4-1 inth. two outs, orlando over the head of mayben. two batters later, clubs this one to right.
kansas city a 7-4 lead. the it's a five-run 9th inning as the royals win by that score. and the tigers remain seven back of the indians. so we go to the magic number machine. and we move from three down to two. thanks to the tiger's loss. if the indians had won last night, they would just need to win today but at two, the indians only clinch today with a win and the tiger's loss, the number moves to if the tigers win and the indians lose, it stays at two. got all that? you got room for the browns? it is sunday and they are back on the field today in miami to take on the dolphins and the browns have a new kicker after placing murray on the ir yesterday with a knee injury. they signed cody parky yesterday, now in his third nfl season. in 2014 with the eagles, he was a pro bowl selection. last year he struggled.
injury. the eagles waived him during final roster cuts this season. the browns have been making changes at many positions including those important one, he makes his first start in the nfl today at quarterback. the browns won't say it publicly but they're worried. they don't feel he's ready just yet but you wonder if it's an advantage that he could be a mystery to the dolphins. >> i'm told everyone has a book in the nfl. and en don't have a book yet. i don't know how they'll look at it but it's my first chance to perform and get my first opportunity to play a game. college football yesterday, kent state loses at alabama. and akron loses. today could be a big day everyone at progressive field and we will see what the browns can do in miami. i'll see you later at 6:00 and then after football tonight, don't forget, sports tonight will wrap it all up.
and if you plan on heading out to prosive field this afternoon as dave mentioned, first pitch at 1:10 this afternoon. a lot of sunshine in the forecast. temperatures in the low 70s. i think we top out in mid-70s with sunshine. don't forget the sunscreen of course. and showers and thunderstorms on the way tomorrow. the beautiful day today. we are tracking the storms for
get ready to roll. there's a new bike sharing program in cleveland. 30 bike stations will pop up around the city including ohio city and university circle. those the stations will house more than 200 red bikes. take a look. this is what they look like. it's a pay as you go system. a 30 minute bike ride would cost $2.50. university hospital is
such a great idea. >> it is. >> i was just in new york city over the weekend. and they have city bikes there. if you have been to new york, you know what i'm talking about. my friends have sort of like a key that they pay for and they can like just take a bike home. >> and any bike that they can freely go up to? >> yeah, take the bike. ride it around. return it. i'm glad we're getting a system like that. >> and then you don't have to worry about the maintenance, chains coming of i love it. and there's so many great places to bike to as well. i was at rocky river reservation. >> yes, beautiful. >> it was amazing. and might need a mountain bike for that. let me tell you about the hills. >> and a picnic. pack snacks. >> i know that's right. another beautiful place, a great place to be this afternoon. of course, progressive field, we have our tribe taking on the white sox at 1:10 this
many see the sunshine in the distance? that's going to be the theme for the day today. the forecast looks like this from start to finish through your sunday. we are sunny side up. it's a cooler start this morning with temperatures only in the 40s and 50s. i think by 10:00, we finally make it into the low 60s. lunchtime temperature, upper 60s near 70. and into this afternoon, mid- 70s and sunshine for highs. again, wake up to the 40s. plan on heading out and about. and downtown, we are at 57 with water temperatures in the 70s by the way. winds right now generally from the east between 5 to 10 miles per hour. and i think that's where they stay. dry right now but just off towards the west where we are tracking the next little weather maker. and with it, we will see scattered showers and perhaps even a few showers and thunderstorms to start off the work week on monday. and here's the deal.
washout but have your umbrellas set and ready to go. let's time it out. so now through lunchtime, again, a great looking start. we will call it sunny side up through this afternoon. temperatures make it easily into the low to mid-70s for highs. a beautiful day ahead of us but first thing tomorrow morning, you will notice the increase in clouds. eventually by the 8:00 to 9:00 hour, that leaving the scattered showers and thunderstorms. so it will be good idea tomorrow to plan on the weather. so if you have that outdoor picnic or that outdoor brunch planned, make sure you have an indoor option available. mostly sunny, low to mid-70s for highs with overnight lows in the mid- to upper 50s, and low 60s. window nation seven-day showing you 60s moving right in to northeast ohio after two days of 70s. by tuesday, wednesday, thursday, it is going to be
northeast ohio. so jackets needed by that point. >> okay. >> if you still have the jackets hanging in the closet, just dust them off. you will need that and the umbrellas but by next weekend, at this point, we are back in the 70s. >> yeah. >> so as long as we stay here and there's no huge erratic temperature swings and we fall below freezing, at this point, we can handle this. >> okay. all right. all right. talked me into it. all right. thank you, michael. a new chat app for android and ne assistant built in rolled throughout week. we review the features of the google app in this morning's geek fix. >> reporter: good morning everyone. a special edition of the geek fix. and a new chat app called google alo. a new chat client. you can chat with people, send messages, group chat, all of. that but there's a special feature to this that really makes a big difference. and it's called the google assistant. it's available as an individual
assistant and go in here and say, hello. how are you? and google will actually talk to you. if you're familiar with siri, this is basically siri through text. but it goes beyond that. whether you're chatting with the assistant or in a group chat, let's say i'm chatting with john here. and i want to know we're planning a lunch and we want to go and get some steak. all we have @google, we want steak right into the chat. and google searches for restaurants that serve steak near our area. whether it's urban farmer, xo, red the steakhouse, it's all there. it's called the google alo app and it's a free app available for android and ios. check it out. >> all right. thank you. all right, coming up, we are going to be back with your sniffling and sneezing forecast. you have allergies?
if you're sniffling and sneezing, it might be because you have a mold or weed allergy. otherwise, temperatures today making it into the mid-70s with sunshine after a chilly start this morning. scattered showers and thunderstorms in the forecast tomorrow on monday. so umbrellas needed but that point, we tumble into the 60s tuesday, wednesday and thursday beforeun and perhaps mid-70s into next weekend. so going to fight through rain in the week. a nice weekend ahead. >> so mow the lawn today while listening to your favorite nfl team. >> i like that. keeping up with the indians as well. >> that's right. thank you so much for be being
was doing this? >> no. >> both sides agree the marriage was in trouble. good morning and welcome to "sunday today". i'm willie geist. we are about 36 hours away from the first presidential debate. no one is sure what to expect. we will talk to rick tyler who played donald trump for ted cruz during the press debate. in our next half hour we will